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Historic and poignant as thd old Staffords march through thehr county

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You are always sad to see a battalion go.

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We'll be asking what it means for jobs and how it'll

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Concern over the number of xoung people heading to the Middld East to

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Glad he got a second opinion ` the former detective who found out his

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hamstring trouble was a massive tumour.

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I was a very active policem`n until that point. It was a bolt ott of the

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blue. Landing a big one in Wimbledon

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fortnight. The company that supplies The temperatures aren't the only

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thing that are red hot. Bewdley's ablaze with

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poppies this season. Are we destined for more sunshine

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this week? Find out later. Good evening. Soldiers from the 3rd

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Battalion of the Mercian Regiment held their final parade in Stafford

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today, before it's disbanded. Formerly the Staffordshire Regiment,

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the 3rd Battalion, The Merchan Regiment was formed in 2007,

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recruiting soldiers from Staffordshire, the West Midlands and

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Birmingham. Since then, thex've spent a total of two and a half

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years on operations in Afgh`nistan. But in 2012, the Government

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announced the 3rd battalion would be disbanded by 2016 as part of the

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restructuring of the British Army. Today was a day of mixed emotions

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as Lindsay Doyle reports. Welcomed back to Stafford whth

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pride. The mersian Regiment, the first of a series of parades

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marching through the unit's hometown, to celebrate its return

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from Afghanistan. They do a wonderful jobment they are tnder

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recognised for the achievemdnts and the efforts they put in. Thdy look

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lovely. Yeah, very smart. So proud. They have done us, oh just

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unbelievable. I'm so emotional. Today has been particularly

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poignant. In line with Army 202 which sees the restructuring of the

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British Army, the third Mercian is being disbanded. It will merge with

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the other two Mercians. This is really a merger. The 1st Battalion

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will be the armoured infantry ba ttalion and the second one hn

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Chester. A huge opportunity for the soldiers. The parades are a chance

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for the soldiers to show how the traditions and ties to the community

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won't be forgotten. The homd coming parades are an important. A chance

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to say thank you to the towns who supported them whilst in

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Afghanistan. 90% of the reghment is recruited from from the West

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Midlands. The support we have had from the local community, across

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Staffordshire has been tremdndous. It was a long tour. The parcels and

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letters that came from the locals was just fan TAs UK and meant so

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much to me and my soldiers. The end of the week will see the end of an

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era as the final march will take the regiment from Lichfield Cathedral to

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the city's King's Head pub where the regiment was formed in 1705. Steeped

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in history, it is adapting to the future.

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Joining us now from Westminster is the Labour MP for Birminghal

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Edgbaston, Gisela Stuart, who sits on the Defence Select Committee

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A sad day this? The regiment has done a tremendous job and the

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restructuring is something we have got to make sure we get right. We're

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replacing many regular soldhers with reservists and I'm not sure that's

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the right structure to go for. This is a good source of jobs

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disappearing, isn't it? Armx 20 0 envisages the regular Army goes down

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to 82,500 from over 100,000 and the recruitment process for the

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reservists which is a good process, but A, the numbers aren't coming

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forward. The process of recruiting aren't recruiting. We have reached a

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level where the British Armx can't be cut any further if we want it to

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do the job the country wants it to do. Coalition had to make so many

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cuts in so many places, what's the option? You either cut and have a

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strategic vision and the wax the Defence Committee criticised, but

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the Public Accounts Committde criticised this latest

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restructuring, it was driven by money. It started off by how much

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money we had and then we cut the numbers. Given that we are `n

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island, there are certain requirements which you thought in

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the national interests have to be there. Most people are unnerved It

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is a volatile time in the world that the Army or armed servhces are

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a shadow of what they used to be? The only glimmer of hope is a cross

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party commitment that we wotld go on meeting the 2% spending on GDP on

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defence which is part of our NATO commitment and I hope the cross

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party consensus on that will hold because it is vital both for the

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country, but also, for us as part of the North Atlantic alliance.

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Thanks for joining us here on Midlands Today.

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Coming up later in the programme:

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why scientists they may havd found a way one day to make bendy mobiles!

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A Birmingham MP says he belheves as many as 1500 Britons may have joined

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Muslim extremists fighting hn Syria and Iraq. Khalid Mahmood's dstimate

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is more than three times higher than any official Government figtre.

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I spoke to him earlier about why he believed so many young men

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A conservative estimate would be around 1500 young people out there.

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That's if you want to defind that, you look at the British Syrhan

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community and the Kurdish community and the South East Asian and the

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north and east African commtnity here and a fair group of those young

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people have gone from here. You are looking at a three year span. If you

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break it down to 500 per ye`r they would easily reach that. Do you

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think this is a serious thrdat to security on our streets? I think

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they will be a serious thre`t. I'm not saying all the people rdturning

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are want to take up arms or do something here. But there whll be a

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number of people who will w`nt to do that, just the number coming back,

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just because of the quantitx of it, a small percentage will be `

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significant security risk. H have had two young people at Birlingham

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City University who last ye`r went out. Within six months of somebody

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making contact with them, two them, being radicalised in this country

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over six months, one left a letter for his mother saying that he is

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going to Syria. That's how ht can happen. As far as the parents were

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concerned, they were going to university and doing the right thing

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and doing all the right things to support them. So there are really

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difficulties that we need to address and that has been combined with the

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community and the Security Services. If you see the activity going on,

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please report it to the polhce and Security Services to help them

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ensure that we cut down on this Counter`terrorism officers hn the

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West Midlands are investigating two possible cases involving yotng men

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form the region who may havd travelled to Syria. The latdst

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involves Coventry teenager. Our Reporter Ben Godfrey is in our

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Coventry studio for us now. So Ben what more do we know about his

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case? In March an 18`year`old went missing

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and we know that West Midlands counter`terrorism unit are

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investigating amid allegation that he could be in Syria with ISIS. The

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police haven't given us his name. I have been speaking to the Coventry

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Muslim Forum who say if the allegation are true, they are

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concerned. Some teenagers are feeling ail yaen ated `` alhenated.

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I wish that all youth growing up a will attend Madrasas in the UK

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because by doing so they will learn the right Islamic teaching `nd

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principles and uphold it and will practise Islam in the best way

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possible. They will then distinguish wh ha is good news and what is bad

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news in terms of who will influence their future. That sounds lhke the

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view of moderate Muslims, Bdn. Where do we think the extreme views are

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coming from? Well, one view is that it is coming from the internet. A

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self radicalisation at home rather than the mosque. Last week we told

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you about a 20`year`old frol Birmingham, he skipped bail and

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ended up in Syria uploading pictures of himself with ISIS. An expert told

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us in Birmingham today that to suggest the internet is a source of

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radicalisation is probably wide off the mark. It is certainly a factor,

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but it is simplistic to see it as the sole driver of this. Thdre is a

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history of people going abroad to fight in conflicts. Bosnia, Libya,

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Kashmir, but in the 1930s, xou had 2,000 British men who went to fight

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in the Spanish Civil War. There wasn't social media around `t that

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time. It is not certain that these latest investigations involve

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extremist activities committed, but the authorities are watching. This

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year alone in the West Midl`nds at least five men and women from

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Birmingham have been charged with terror related offence ins Syria,

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but it is a small proportion of the arrests made in the last 18 months.

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A seven`year`old boy is being treated in hospital after hd was

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dragged under a car for 50 feet following a crash in Birmingham It

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happened during this morning's rush hour on Nineveh Road in Handsworth.

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The boy suffered multiple injuries. His mother, and her four other

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children, were also injured in the crash and were treated at the scene.

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Security has been increased at Perry Park in Birmingham after tednagers

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threatened and robbed peopld with a ball`bearing gun. There've been

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three similar incidents over the past few weeks. Police belidve the

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robberies are linked and ard looking for two Somalian youths aged between

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One of the founders of the 0960s counterculture magazine Oz, has died

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Felix Dennis was a key figure in the magazine's high`profhle

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obscenity trial in 1971, before re`inventing himself as a poet. His

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family said he'd died from cancer at his Warwickshire home. He w`s 6 .

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It was nearly six years ago that Nigel began building his vegetable

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patch. Afterwards, when he went to get fo the shower, he noticdd the

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muscle in his leg seemed larger The tumour was 12 centimetres and he is

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lucky to be able to enjoy the fruits of his labour. I have got a great

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deal to be thankful for to be honest. I really got no major

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symptoms. Yes, I get discomfort and minor issues, but compared to having

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no leg, it is a no brainer, I think, really. At the Royal orthop`edic

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hospital they want to improve diagnosis. He had insurance

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otherwise he would have waited six weeks for his scan which wotld have

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been too late. It takes thrde to four visits to a GP to get tested.

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We found there was no changd in 25 years in the average size of soft

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tissue sarcomas. Even though early diagnosis guidelines were sdnt to

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GPs, nothing has happened ddspite that. Most sarcomases in thd UK

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don't get discovered until they are this size, the size of a baked bean

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can. We want to get to this size, the size of a golf ball and that's

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the message that's been sent out to GPs. Richard was at the hospital

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today to speed up recognition. The Paralympian lost two legs to the

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disease. I have empathy with patients who lose their limbs due

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sarcomas. Nigel is take ago golf ball and information pack into his

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GP and hopes others will have an easier path than he did.

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Scientists at Keele Univershty in Staffordshire think they've found a

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way ` one day ` to make electronic devices, such as televisions and

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mobile phones ` flexible. They say their work could eventually provide

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a cheaper alternative to tr`ditional silicon technology. Our scidnce

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correspondent David Gregory`Kumar is here to tell us more.

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So David what have the rese`rchers done?

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Next tonight the story of the First World War soldiers fighting for a

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I have been playing around with this. This is a ball of 60 carbon

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atoms and it is the same structure as a tra dushgal football ``

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traditional football. What the researchers at Keele have bden doing

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is give this ball an even longer tail of carbon atoms. With ` few

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tweaks you can change that. You start playing around with the

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structure of these bits herd, you can actually then make much larger

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Assemblies too. We can have gels. They contain fibres about the same

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thickness of my hair. Within the hair strand as it were or gdl fibre,

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you have got lots of C`60 columns. Here is the doctor creating some of

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this gel. Now, if we look at it under a microscope, we can see some

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of the new fibres inside thd gel itself. If you tweak the chdmistry

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more, you can start to create regular sheets of these carbon balls

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and tails and what you get hs a material that's flexible and

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conducts electricity and it behaves like silicon. Silicon is so

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fantastic in electronic circuitry, but we are reaching the limhts as to

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what silicon can do. We need to look to other materials, I'm not saying

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this is going to offer the alternative to that material, but I

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think that the method assembling that molecule is important. This

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model has bendy TV screens. To make things like this, you are going to

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need flexible screens and ndxtable components and this opens up new

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ways of how we can make the materials for a future bendx

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television or phone. The old Staffords march through

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their county town one last time I will have the latest on the

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weather. Also, inspired by top athletes,

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hundreds of schoolchildren join in the countdown to next month's

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Commonwealth Games. Next tonight the story of the First

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World War soldiers fighting for a country they'd never set foot in.

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Tens of thousands of Sikhs travelled from India to play a vital part in

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the British war effort in Ttrkey, Egypt and Europe. Many of their

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descendants are now settled here in the Midlands. But some feel their

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sacrifice hasn't been properly In the Punjab in Northern India they

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found willing volunteers. The Sikh had proven himself to be thd most

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staunchiest, the most bravest, the first versatile prolific soldier

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that the British Army had come across. Jack's grandfather, pictured

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on the left, aged just 15, was one of those to answer the call. My

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grandfather, he was already eager to go. Two previous generations already

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in the Army, fighting, soldhering battles, that was already in his

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DNA. He wasn't alone, to begin with 35,000 Sikhs fought beneath the

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British flag, by war's enit was over 100,000 `` end, it was over 100 000.

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In Birmingham, the film is hn production highlighting what some

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call a hidden history. It is a story that's not been told in its

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entirity, but `` entirety, but something we can be passion`te and

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inspired by as third generation British Asians. Our forefathers

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fought in the Great War. We are ready to fight and do our bht. I'm

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proud that we did or my ancdstors did and my tribe did it so H'm proud

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in saying that we stood for the right reasons. As the war goes on,

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they realise they need something thicker. The kit issued to Sikh

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troops offered scant protection from the freezing mud of the French

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trenches. The actual Indian officers were complaining about the

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situation. But as usual, thdy get dismissed because they are not

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British troops. That's the way they are looking at them which is an

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awful shame. The men are fighting and dying just the same as dverybody

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else. In Coventry, Jack's hometown, a

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memorial commemorates the Shkh contribution. It is inaccessible

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though, tucked away on a busy roundabout and some feel thdirs is a

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sacrifice often forgotten. Today, in modern Britain we simply have no

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recognition of this phenomenal contribution of people who hadn t

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even set foot in Britain and yet were fighting for Britain. Sikh

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tradition has it to die on ` battlefield is an honour. Thousands

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did just that. Wimbledon started today with Dan

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Evans in action alongside Andy Murray on the opening day. How is

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Dan getting on? Started badly, but is improving. We can brung xou

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up`to`date with how Dan Evans is getting on. It started badlx. He was

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6`1 down in just 19 minutes. The second set got better. After an

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early break, down. The third set was best of all. He won that 6`3. He is

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doing OK and he is back in the match after a terrible start. He never

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reached the second round? No, never beforeful he had a great run in the

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US Open where he got to the third round, but he never got to the third

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round at Wimbledon. Let's hope he can do better. You can see the match

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live on the Red Button. Andx Murray got off to a flying start bx winning

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his first match on Centre Court He is not the only one hoping for a

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profitable fortnight with btsinesses looking to cash in on the most

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famous tennis tournament in the world.

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What does salmon fillets on a giant artwork have in common? The waiting

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is over! Yes, it is Wimbledon and the and the Severn and Wye Smokery,

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Wimbledon means salmon. Thotsands and thousands of them being prepared

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to the exacting standards expected by the tennis going public. We do

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smoked salmon, and cold smoked salmon and this year, a special

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salmon using a seaweed cure on the fish.

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I started at 5.30am. We will be finished by 5pm this afternoon. No

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problems. Up the motorway, hn Worcester, it has been just as busy.

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They have been commissioned to create an artwork which the public

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will colour in. It is reallx exciting for us to be working from

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our studio and getting so mtch interest. At the smokery, they are

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working 12 hour days to fulfil their contribute with Wimbledon. Wimbledon

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is a great British instituthon, isn't it? We're a great British

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industry and you know, it's a great privilege for us to be invited to

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supply, yeah. Tomorrow's order for Wimbledon will be leaving hdre later

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today, but it might be a little light. But there is still more than

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enough to serve the crowds `nd all we need now is for Andy Murray to

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serve up a few aces. There is more about how the winners

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trophies were made in Birmingham. With the Commonwealth Games a month

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away, hundreds of schoolchildren in Birmingham spent the day ushng it as

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inspiration to find a sport they love. The Games could help hn the

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classroom because education experts claim taking part in compethtive

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sport helps children get better grades.

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He 700 children from 20 prilary schools across Birmingham. @ll

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loving a chance to get out of the classroom and into action. This is

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national schools sport Week. It is designed to get young children of

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all and abilities a taste of as many sports as possible. We are not here

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to push kids. That's not wh`t it is about. There are so many different

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sports out there. I really believe there is a sport or an activity for

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everybody. Taking part is one thing, making sure they enjoy it is the

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most important part of the plan I liked doing it. It makes me stronger

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and I feel better. I enjoy ht so much that I would do it all my life.

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On a scale of one to ten, about ten. An event like this isn't just great

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for getting the kids playing sport, Ofsted said there is a link between

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achievement and competitive sport. One great school I saw after the

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exam they took part in sport. Release and relax after you have

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done your exams. Having really great PE teachers and great staff who are

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really enthusiastic about staff is the key to this working. With just a

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month to go before the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, every school had a

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country to represent. With two Commonwealth champions to encourage

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them as well, the hope is that educational and athletic inspiration

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will follow. Some disastrous news about Dngland

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cricket. Chasing 250 to win. 57`5. England are, but Moeen Ali hasn t

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gone in yet. Moeen Ali of Worcestershire, good luck to him!

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Time for the weather now. It has been another mainly stunning day

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unless you experience that had unbelievable storm in Gloucdster.

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A day that's produced some of the highest temperatures this ydar. So

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particularly so for southern counties. The values were vdrging on

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hot in Worcestershire. That has taken its toll on pollen levels

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which soared as a result of the sunshine and the warmth.

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Unfortunately for those to drop we have to see a change this

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conditions. I think we will see those during the second half of the

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week. High pressure is going to give way to low pressure and that

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unfortunately is going to bring with it cooler conditions and also some

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showers perhaps and rain as well by Friday. If we look at that, we can

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see that the high pressure hs already showing signs of giving way

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as this cold front starts to slip southwards and this is why we are

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seeing the thunderstorms brdak out across parts of Gloucestershire So

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here and southern counties through this even and the first part of

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tonight, we will see heavy downpours, but there will bd a more

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substantial system that's moving in from the West and clipping the parts

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of the south later in the wdek. That's on Friday and that's going to

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bring in more substantial r`infall. Tonight, it is drying up. Wd have

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got clearing skies, but there will abbit of cloud `` will be a bit of

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cloud to hold the temperatures up to 13 Celsius. Still warm. The coolest

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spot will be the south`west where temperatures drop to 10 Celsius We

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could see some isolated mist patches developing into the morning

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tomorrow, but under the strdngth of the sunshine which will bre`kthrough

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by daybreak it should disperse quickly. So it is another vdry

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pleasant day for most of it, it is largely dry with sunny spells. The

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cloud starting to drift southwards during the afternoon as another

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system starts to roll in from the north and this is just going to lead

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to some fairly sharp showers breaking out across parts of the

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north`east. They are largelx light and they are not particularly heavy,

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but for most of us, dry and temperatures rising to 20 or 22

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Celsius. Temperatures dropphng to 10 Celsius widely and this is going to

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ring the changes for the rest of the week. Chilly nights and chilly

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starts, but largely dry. The headlines:

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travel to Iraq has named locally. The old Staffords march through

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their county town one last time That's it for now. I will bd back at

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10pm with your latest updatd.

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